Zakariyya Mughal is a Masters student in Computer Science at the University of Houston working at the Computational Biomedicine Lab where he researches in the area of biomedical image analysis of neurons.
He has a background in biomedical engineering and in the future, would like to transfer his interdisciplinary skills to a clinical setting. He is also occasionally a mentor for other students and enjoys teaching learners from age four and up.
What I found hardest about using Git the first time was…
The hardest part about learning
git for the first time was trying to
understand branching. I kept hearing that it was
git’s killer-feature, but I
had never figured out what I needed to use it for. Multiple timelines are
challenging enough to keep track of in science-fiction!
Seeing the branches visually by using
git log --graph or
branching easier to understand.